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1988
Welch, Susan,  Combs, Michael,  Gruhl, John . Do black judges make a difference?. American Journal of Political Science. 32, (1), 126-136.
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1980
Welch, Susan,  Thompson, Kay . The Impact of Federal Incentives on State Policy Innovation. American Journal of Political Science. 24, (4), 715-729.
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1975
Welch, Susan . The impact of urban riots on urban expenditures. American Journal of Political Science. 19, (4), 741-760.
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1986
Welch, Susan,  Bledsoe, Timohty . The partisan consequences of nonpartisan elections and the changing nature of urban politics. American Journal of Political Science. 30, (1), 128-139.
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1995
Bledsoe, Timothy,  Welch, Susan,  Sigelman, Lee,  Combs, Michael . Residential Context and Racial Solidarity among African Americans. American Journal of Political Science. 39, (2), 434-458.
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1981
Gruhl, John,  Spohn, Cassia,  Welch, Susan . Women as Policymakers: The Case of Trial Judges. American Journal of Political Science. 25, (2), 308-322.
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1977
Welch, Susan . Women as Political Animals? A Test of Some Explanations for Male-Female Political Participation Differences. American Journal of Political Science. 21, (4), 711-730.
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